Donald Trump Lawyer Provides Update on Potential Arrest
Trump attorney Joe Tacopina appeared to dismiss the former president's own claim that he faces arrest on Tuesday.
College Segregating Graduation Ceremonies by Race Sparks Anger
One Twitter user branded the plans "extreme racism," and called for the university to be "defunded."
Fact Check: Did Republicans Call for Cutting 2,000 Border Patrol Agents?
White House analysis of proposals by the conservative House Freedom Caucus has led to claims that Republicans were directly calling for border staff cuts.
Stormy Daniels Speaks Out About Possible Trump Indictment
"Anything exciting going on today?" the ex-adult-film star tweeted on the day Trump said he would be arrested in a case involving an alleged hush money payment.
Cruise Ship Passenger Dies After Jump Into Water Goes Wrong
Edmund David Rucker had been on a week-long Royal Caribbean cruise that left Galveston, Texas, when he died during a stop in Honduras.
Jim Jordan's Defense of Trump a 'Gross Abuse of Power,' Kirschner Says
The Ohio Republican is seeking testimony from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg over whether the probe into Trump has been funded with federal money.
Lauren Boebert Reparations Remarks Trashed by Historians—'Mangling History'
The African American Reparations Advisory Committee is calling for each Black resident of San Francisco to be given a lump sum of $5 million.
Fact Check: Has Donald Trump's Plane Been Impounded Over 'Flight Risk?'
It has been claimed on social media that the former president's personal jet had been taken by authorities as part of an investigation by the Manhattan D.A.
Ted Lasso's Visit to the White House Descends Into 'Chaos'
A journalist shouted "you're making a mockery of the First amendment" as Jason Sudeikis and the "Ted Lasso" cast stood in the White House press briefing room.
Girl Dies After Dad Removes Her From Daycare, Leads Police on Chase: Cops
The father was allegedly involved in a standoff with Texas police.
What Happens if Donald Trump Doesn't Turn Himself In
The former president is facing a potentially historic arraignment over hush money paid to Stormy Daniels.
Nancy Pelosi Swimsuit Pictures in Tucker Carlson's Office Raise Questions
New lawsuits by a Fox employee regarding testimony she made in its legal battle with Dominion make fresh allegations of sexism at the network.
Landlord Brutally Murdered While Trying to Evict Tenant
Police in Honolulu said 64-year-old Alvin Matsumoto was trying to evict the suspect's girlfriend when he was attacked.
Russian TV Mocks Donald Trump Over Stormy Daniels Woes
The Moscow TV host nicknamed 'Putin's voice' joked about Trump being a Russian asset.
Donald Trump Thinks He's Been Saved From Indictment
The former president wrote on Truth Social that lawyer Robert Costello made a "great impression" on the Manhattan grand jury during Monday's testimony.
Is Donald Trump Getting Arrested Today? Don't Count on It
The former president said he will be arrested Tuesday over a hush-money investigation, but officials have reportedly hinted an arraignment may occur next week.
Gwyneth Paltrow Trial Hinges on Key Witness of Ski Collision
Oscar-winner Gwyneth Paltrow is being sued for allegedly injuring another skier, a retired doctor, at the Deer Valley Resort, Utah. The case starts on Tuesday.
Police Cars Set on Fire in New York as City Awaits Trump Indictment
The cruisers were set alight in Manhattan, with police remaining on high alert for unrest ahead of the former president's possible arrest.
Today's Wordle #640 Hints and Answer for Tuesday, March 21 Brainteaser
The answer to today's puzzle will be revealed at the end of this article, so scroll down with caution if you want to work it out for yourself.
GOP's Attempt to Protect Trump Is 'Brazen in Its Lawlessness': Kirschner
Republican House leaders sent a letter to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg on Monday calling for his testimony amid his expected indictment of Trump.
DEA Issues Dire Warning on Fentanyl Mixed With Flesh-Eating Tranquilizer
Xylazine, which has also been called the "zombie" drug, has been observed mixed in with fentanyl supplies in 48 states.
Idaho Inches Closer to Approving Firing Squad Executions
A bill would allow executions to be carried out by firing squad if Idaho cannot obtain the drug for lethal injections. Four states currently have similar bills.